The article focuses on the relationship status between the U.S. and the International Criminal Court (ICC) from being dormant due to being renewed. The renewal was evident from the U.S. representation at the 2009 ICC's Assembly of States Parties annual meeting and the 2010 ICC Review Conference. Using the Rome Statute, the ICC has been granted subject matter jurisdiction over war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
Megan A. Fairlie,
The United States and the International Criminal Court Post-Bush: A Beautiful Courtship but an Unlikely Marriage
, 29 Berkeley J. Int'l Law 528
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